The latest on real estate recordings and new technology from the Middlesex North Registry of Deeds in Lowell
Last night I finished a “web design” class that gave me many pointers on how to improve lowelldeeds.com, so I’m about to begin a redesign that will hopefully be easier to use and filled with more information. Rather than wait a month until the new version is completely finished, we might roll out new features as they are ready and then bring it all together at the end. As always, stay tuned to this blog for details.
In addition, I also got a glimpse yesterday at a proposed new version of masslandrecords.com. The registers from the registries that use the ACS system (like we do), met with ACS almost a year ago and presented a comparison of the in-registry public search system and the website version. Almost everyone prefers the in-registry system, but for security, cost and reliability reasons, we want to move to an entirely web-based public search application. Before we can do this, we have to get the website functioning more like the in-registry software. I think this new design does that. I won’t go into the details because, as I said, this was just a prototype and there’s no specific timetable for when it will be fully implemented. But from what I saw, I am quite optimistic.
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